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on the building next door. i condo'd that, so, i wanted to get three separate loans. and ivan [speaker not understood], i don't know if he's still there, brought out the file. one of the lists had already [speaker not understood] already come out and marked the list with about 20 items in red ink, each item in red ink and circled in red ink. he turned this back momentarily with a file machine. i don't know. and i said, ivan, someone already came out and checked this list. and he wheeled around and he said, you forged that. anyway, he grabbed the file. he wouldn't give me the copies. what had happened is these three cases appeared on my file report and you can't refinance your property until you clear the abatement. the lender will not go behind outstanding abatement. so, i had to clear them. anyway, i came back the next day. i had never met rosemary boske, and i was expecting -- i had three condo conversions, this building -- in my building. dealing with the building department, very level headed, professional. that's what i was expecting. she came out with david gonia, who is the seni
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's for the proposed ivan power solar power project in the desert in southern california. an e-mail from bright source energy's subcontractor, bechtel systems and infrastructure, dated december 2, 2009, said that biden met weekly with energy secretary steven chu to discuss the energy department loan guarantees. bernard tune who was biden's chief of staff when he was a senator in the senate was a principal vice president and manager for bechtel. in an e-mail to bright source ceo john woolard dated december 3, 2009, tune wrote, quote: calls are in to biden's staff, and i will be approaching the political affairs office at the white house tomorrow as well. as this prompt could benefit -- project could benefit two democratic senators who are in cycle and whose races already tough next year, barbara boxer of california and majority leader senator reid from nevada. both won re-election in 2010. over a year later, in march 2011, bright source still had no loan. ceo woolard sent an e-mail to jonathan silva who was energy director of the energy department's loan guarantee program. he was responsible for making
montoya, viuda del fallecido lider del cartel del norte del valle "ivan urdiola grajales", en la ciudad de armenia.la primera informacion del ♪. >> hace algunos meses vimos un video donde niñas en guadalajara eran manipuladas para ser adoptadas por padres extranjeros y no mexicanos, les decimos que las niñas fueron dado en adopción en jalisco y les diremos quienes son los afortunados padres . >> llevan esperando años el abrazo, nalmente escuchan a las niñas decirles papás, temian perder la custodia de la pequeñas, luego de que las niñas eran manipuladas por las sicologas para aceptar padres italiano ,ellos convivía con las niñas desde que eran bebés, en mayo pasado hicimos publicas las imágenes y después la historia dio un giro inesperado, según el abogado el caso fue vigilado por organismos internacionales . >> nos enteramos a través de las redes sociales que la noticia dio la vuelta y que la comunidad inmternacional estaban al pendiente de cómo estab adesarrollandose todo este conflicto perverso de parte de las sicologas y cuáles serian los resultados . >> tras volver
of operate out missiles to turkey's border with syria. i want to bring in cnn's ivan watson joining us istanbul in turkey. the turkish government asked for nato's help after the syrian government was shelling near the border and coming across inside turkey, one memorable occasion. do these missiles perhaps border tensions or the deterrent that nato claims? they're defense everybody not offensive? >> reporter: if you talk to the turkish government, if you talk to nato, officials argue this will serve as deter indeployment of the patriot missile batteries from u.s., germany and netherlands. this would serve to be a pretty firm warning to the flailing assad regime to mess with nato member, turkey. if you talk to some of most vocal critics, though of the proposal, and that would be the russians who are in brussels at that nato meet and who were here, putin in istanbul, meeting with turkish leadership yesterday, they argue further militarizing this long border will only serve to escalate tensions. >> all right. ivan, thanks so much. ivan watson in istanbul, who is being down near that borde
didn't get much sleep. >> ivan watson joins us from istanbul, turkey. ivan, who were these kidnappers and why did they take me see journalists? >> well, according to richard engel's statement this was a shabiha pro-government militia made up of shiite muslims and it gives you a sense of how chaotic the situation has gotten inside syria. we were hearing about clashes between rifle rebel groups. we've heard from some people involved in trying to locate richard engel's team that the guys who grabbed him were claiming to be members of the free syrian army, the rebel movement that is fighting to overthrow bashar al assad. it gives you a sense of how chaotic the political landscape is with many armed groups claiming to be rebels, some claiming to be parts of the government and some outlaws out for a ransom. >> nbc never came out publicly and said engel or his crew was missing. this is the first time we're hearing about it. why do you think that is? >> this is a common strategy used in the conflict zones when there have been hostage takings and kidnapping. an effort to make a media blackout
party. and we had a lovely time. our son, ivan, and his wife kendra, who are in oregon where they have a small farm tawld tipping tree farm. we wish they could be here today, our grandson carter, who is a proud member of the university of oregon marching band, the ducks, who served as an intern for me -- not at government expense, by the way, that was at our expense. and our little dog dakota, who has become sort of a mascot of the united states senate. brian williams when he did a show on a day in the life of senate concluded that program by calling dakota the 101st senator. and, you know, i think he will be missed perhaps more than i am as i leave the senate. in 1964 i came here, i sat up in the gallery, in fact, it was the gallery right up here. and i was 16 years old. and i watched a debate in the united states senate. it was on civil rights. hubert humphrey was leading that debate. and it so inspired me that i thought, you know, someday i'd like to be down on that floor and i would like to debate the great issues of the day and i would like to represent the people of north dakota.
. ivan watson finds out y. >> reporter: it is a very important day for ala hassan, he and fanny ferato are both a little nervous. this syrian-american couple are in a foreign city, far from their families. >> i'm witness. i don't know your name. >> reporter: today, the couple are getting married. >> we announced you as husband and wife. >> reporter: it's not quite the wedding either of them expected. how do you guys feel? >> relieved. we didn't want to have a religious wedding why we didn't do it in lebanon. in cyprus, they wouldn't give us visas. >> syria, i don't really wanter to thoer go -- >> too dangerous. >> reporter: too dangerous to get married in the country where their romance first began six years ago. >> i went to syria to teach photography to young iraqi women and we met at a party. >> reporter: fanny learned arabic, moved in with ala and the young lovers had plans to eventually start a family in syria. what did the uprising do to your plans? >> well, it separated us. >> reporter: fanny was in the u.s. last year when the protest movement first erupted. >> once it started,
probably the worst hurricanes in the gulf coast in the last 40 years: ivan, dennis, katrina. and katrina i was the commander of the medical forces in pensacola, florida, and i owned the branch clinics that existed in new orleans, pascagula and gulf port, mississippi. we thought we had dodged the bullet and then the levies broke and who would have predicted that there was a sea of humanity in the super dome that basically was in extreme miss? who would have predicted in this day and age we would lose many, many people based on the fact they couldn't be medevacked, that the hospitals themselves had been flooded and the hospital staff was having to carry critically ill patients up to the top floors to avoid the water that was filling in the rooms. who would have predicted that? and were we set up to handle that? and who would have predicted in the early goings there would be civic disorder and civic disobedience and lack of command and control and then the military came there and provided that stability for a while until the civic authorities took over and eventually got things moving in
of hurricanes ike, ivan, and irene. monday we will look at why rebuilding from sandy is so expensive thanks to where she came ashore. ruben ramirez, seaside heights, new jersey. back here on wall street, tom, some interesting revolutions from netflix today saying it got a wells notice and being investigated by the securities and exchange commission. behind it is a very interesting debate going on. the reason for the investigation is that the ceo reid hastings had posted some information on his facebook page about developments at the company and the fec said you didn't disclose this property, should have been a press release or filing with the sec and raises new questions about social media and fair disclosure. >> tom: this is all about how technology is changing and regulations have a hard time susie keeping up with it. we see it with high frequency trading for instance and how companies disseminate information using social media getting it out argue me to more people faster than what a traditional press release or sec filing. so we'll have to see how this one plays out. that stock did not
was found on ivan dale road in the county and is said to be okay. >>> the dash to get those last- minute gifts is on but another place that's been getting a lot of business is the grocery store. people are not only interested in gathering around the christmas tree but also around the christmas dinner table. surae chinn reports on the quest for preparing the perfect holiday dinner. >> a little busy here today. >> we're glad it's not insane. we just want to begin and go home. >> reporter: there's a lot to do before christmas and many to cook for. >> we have eight total and we're cooking for three vegetarians. >> we have seven this year. >> i'm beginning to panic a little bit but i'm okay. as long as the redskins win today, we'll be good. >> reporter: barbara has her menu. >> we're preparing a rack of lamb. i'm doing a tenderloin. >> we're preparing ham and mashed potatoes and all the traditional christmas dinners. >> and gravy. >> lamb and wild rice and salad and i'm going to make a vegetable casserole. >> reporter: don't forget the hunt for the perfect ham. >> spiral. >> reporter: what ma
staff from the area. clashes continue along the border of those two countries. ivan watson is is in istanbul and i asked him how close the latest syrian air strikes were to the turkish border. >> the air strikes hit within site of the turkish border, sending panicked civilians fleeing to the nearby turkish border, also sending warplanes in the air in response to these close air strikes. all of this happening just hours before one of the biggest traditional supporters. vladimir putin sat down for talks with the turkish prime minister who's been one of the biggest enemies. both leaders trying to down play their difference, play up their huge trade, but they disagree on turkey's request to deploy patriot missile batteries along the border. eat enough food, making her strong enough to get through this early stage of the pregnancy. she'll be worried the information is out already, because it is very early on in the process. >> so then what do you think the implications are economically speaking? one has to imagine a little baby royal is going to bring even more interest all on t
's deputy put out an alert and several people called to say they spotted him. he was found on ivan dale road in the county and is said to be okay but he still might need a visit to the groomers. >>> coming up, no shortage of hotel rooms available for next month's inauguration but it may not be that way for long. we'll explain when 9news now returns in two minutes. >>> good morning. welcome back to 9news now. happy christmas eve to all. howard is here to tell us the forecast. >> it will be a nice quiet morning. if you need to run out to the store and battle the shoppers, no real issues here in the morning. it's the afternoon where we could have a few problems. one, it will be wet here in the metro. north and west of town, cold enough for snow or sleet to mix in but not cold enough for it to really stick to everything except in the mountains where we do have a few advisories. that's where i want to start well west of town. if your travels take you out toward western maryland or west virginia, you may run into some problems there where we have some advisories in effect in the form of winter wea
of air strikes across syria. we have a live report coming your way. ivan watson in istanbul. also, a tunnel collapse west of tokyo raising safety questions right across japan. we're going take a look at the cave-in that left cars mangled and drivers dead. everything has to be just right. perfection is inthe details. ♪ get to holiday fun faster with pillsbury cookie dough. [ gordon ] for some this line is a convenience. how you doing today? i'm good thanks. how are you? i'm good. [ gordon ] but for others, it's all they can afford. every day nearly nine million older americans don't have enough to eat. anything else? no, not today. join me, aarp, and aarp foundation in the drive to end hunger by visiting drivetoendhunger.org. starts with arthritis pain and a choice. take tylenol or take aleve, the #1 recommended pain reliever by orthopedic doctors. just two aleve can keep pain away all day. back to the news. hurry in and try five succulent entrees, like our tender snow crab paired with savory garlic shrimp. just $12.99. come into red lobster and sea food differently. and introduc
in turkey today, clashes continue along the border of those two countries. ivan watson is is in istanbul and i asked him how close the latest syrian air strikes were to the turkish border. >> the air strikes hit within site of the turkish border, sending panicked civilians fleeing to the nearby turkish border, also sending warplanes in the air in response to these close air strikes. all of this happening just hours before one of the biggest traditional supporters. vladimir putin sat down for talks with the turkish prime minister who's been one of the biggest enemies. both leaders trying to down play their difference, play up their huge trade, but they disagree on turkey's request to deploy batteries along the border and this is supposed to be disgust at nato headquarters starting on tuesday. >>> let's check in now with john king with a look at what's ahead on ac 360. >> the united nations now reacting to the story you're also been covering. syria may be preparing to unleash chemical weapons on its own people. sounds unthinkable, but the united states has obtained a report that they have
in jordan, this is yesterday, and or own cnn's ivan watson is in a sprawling refugee camp on the border with turkey. >> reporter: we're in a camp of around 7,000 syrians on the edge of syria. these people, some of them have been waiting a month, two months to be allowed into turkey. turkey says its refugee camps are full right now. these people have been supplied tents. they get about two meals, hot meals, a day, but everybody here complains that the water is seeping into their tents, and none of these tents really have heat either, so you can see how people are trying to heat up their tea and water, making fires right outside these shelters. now, this is just a fraction of the hoards of people who have been displaced by the conflict in syria. we don't really know the numbers of displaced people inside syria. the united nations says close to half a million have been pushed outside of the country to neighboring countries, like iraq, lebanon, turkey, jordan. the united nations secretary general ban ki moon, he is visiting camps in jordan and turkey, calling for more international assistan
for our farewell party. and we had a lovely time. our son, ivan, and his wife kendra, who are in oregon where they have a small farm tawld tipping tree farm. we wish they could be here today, our grandson carter, who is a proud member of the university of oregon marching band, the ducks, who served as an intern for me -- not at government expense, by the way, that was at our expense. and our little dog dakota, who has become sort of a mascot of the united states senate. brian williams when he did a show on a day in the life of senate concluded that program by calling dakota the 101st senator. and, you know, i think he will be missed perhaps more than i am as i leave the senate. in 1964 i came here, i sat up in the gallery, in fact, it was the gallery right up here. and i was 16 years old. and i watched a debate in the united states senate. it was on civil rights. hubert humphrey was leading that debate. and it so inspired me that i thought, you know, someday i'd like to be down on that floor and i would like to debate the great issues of the day and i would like to represent the people
being held by kidnappers in syria. ivan watson has the latest details from turkey. >> reporter: wolf, the looks on the nbc news team say it all. the looks of relief, smiles, and exhaustion as well after a harrowing five-day ordeal inside syria, after being kidnapped by men on a roadside, a gang of men with guns, just about ten minutes' drive into syrian territory last week. take a listen to what nbc news foreign correspondent richard engle says about how they were treated during this time in captivity. >> they took us to a series of safe houses and interrogation places and they kept us blindfolded, bound. we weren't physically beaten or tortured. it was a lot of psychological torture. threats of being killed. they made us choose which one of us would be shot first. and when we refused, there were mock shootings. they pretended to shoot gazi several times. and when you are bind folded -- and then they fire the gun up in the air, it can be very traumatic experience. >> wolf, richard engle says that he was being held by a pro-government shibaha militia made up of men that he and his oth
holiday. >>> the proposal that made women swoon and men jealous, ivan pops the question to his girlfriend, amy with the help of 60 of his family and friends. ♪ ♪ ♪ hey baby i think i want to marry you ♪ >> you've already given me a lifetime of happiness. will you let me spend the rest of my life trying to give you the same? will you marry me? >> isaac and amy are with us. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> i was peeking to see if you still get a little teary when you see that? >> i do. >> rough estimate, how many views have you two had of that video? >> we're at least a million of the 17 million, don't you think? >> i think so. >> when we last saw you in may, i think it had 7 million and now up to 17 million. did you ever dream it would be this big? >> not at all. i almost didn't film it. i thought at first it would just be her own experience of it and all the people who participated in it said, that's crazy, we want to share all the work we did. >> no one would believe you. >> it's hazard to explain what happened. i'm glad he videotaped it so they can see the experience. >>
to report the story in syria's biggest city. here's cnn's ivan watson. >> reporter: it's become a fixture in syria's largest city, "aleppo today." an underground tv channel broadcasting to a battle-scarred city. [ shelling ] >> we are the first or the only tv broadcast iing for aleppo. >> reporter: with its 24-hour slide show of the city in happier times "aleppo today" doesn't look like much but its news ticker is a vital source of information, say residents living in a city under siege. >> it's the local news, what's happening inside aleppo, on the streets, what's happening, the demonstration, the shell, the bombing. everything. >> reporter: the reports are prepared by refugees like ahmed, a former baker turned journalist. >> this one is 18 people was dead yesterday in aleppo and countryside. those are the names of the people who died in that neighborhood. >> reporter: "aleppo today" broadcasts from an undisclosed location in a country neighboring syria. why do you have to work outside of syria? >> for our safety. >> reporter: you have to be sneaky to put this out. >> you have to be snea
daughter, and she was here last night for our farewell party. and we had a lovely time. our son, ivan, and his wife kendra, who are in oregon where they have a small farm tawld tipping tree farm. we wish they could be here today, our grandson carter, who is a proud member of the university of oregon marching band, the ducks, who served as an intern for me -- not at government expense, by the way, that was at our expense. and our little dog dakota, who has become sort of a mascot of the united states senate. brian williams when he did a show on a day in the life of senate concluded that program by calling dakota the 101st senator. and, you know, i think he will be missed perhaps more than i am as i leave the senate. in 1964 i came here, i sat up in the gallery, in fact, it was the gallery right up here. and i was 16 years old. and i watched a debate in the united states senate. it was on civil rights. hubert humphrey was leading that debate. and it so inspired me that i thought, you know, someday i'd like to be down on that floor and i would like to debate the great issues of the day a
of nashville, tennessee. ivan is a viewer and a brand-new franchise owner for anaglow cleaning system. the job you heard on the show, she's joined by the company's founder and ceo, david, good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> steve: we mentioned this company on "fox & friends" you and thought what? >> i thought it would be a great idea and great idea for my brother, richard, who is a veteran. so i took down the information. i looked up the company. i kept calling him and texting him and he never called. >> steve: you heard the business about the veteran because david, you got this quarter of a million dollars veteran franchise fund, right? >> that is correct. my partner and i decided to give back to the veteran community, and what better way than give a significant discount of $25,000 for the first five master territorial. >> steve: for each of them. >> then for the next 15, we would give those folks $8,000. >> steve: that sounds like such a good deal. yvonne, you heard about this, you're thinking this would be a perfect job for my brother. your brother was busy. he couldn't go. you
accessibility initiatives. in january of 2011, european commission vice president ivan redding discussed proposals for what is designated a european accessibility act, citing progress made in the united states under the provisions of the americans with disabilities act of 1990, which i was proud to support. redding believes, and i quote -- "that the e.u. should learn from this positive experience and go ahead in europe, too." the convention's supporters also erroneously contend that the united states ratification would result in tangible benefits for americans with disabilities who choose to live, travel or work abroad. they assert that it would allow the united states to have greater influence over disability rights in such areas as employment or accessibility among other states that are party to the crpd. i think this is far from certain. to be sure, americans with disabilities face serious challenges when they travel abroad, precisely because those nation's laws are not as supportive as are those here in the united states, the matter that i just spoke of a moment ago, but it is the ex
.5 million shares at $8 per share. but that is below earlier estimates of $13 to $15 per share. and ivan musk still going to make a lot of money doing that. one other story to note,s new york city's taxi and limousine commission voting today on a proposal that would permit taxi drivers to use taxi hailing apps. we've talked about this before like uber. the use of taxi handling apps, smart phone apps like uber, haywell and others rising sharply around the country. i use it sometimes. there is some pushback, though, on these apps. a group of livery and black car owners have asked the commission to reject the proposal. also big issues about the value of a medallion in new york city. it's a huge market for that. and how annoying is this? you ever stand on the street in new york city and you see the cab go by you with nobody in it? that might start happening a lot if people are using these apps because the taxi driver would get an order on the app, and say oh, i'm going to go three blocks but there's two people on the block before he gets there, and so there's big questions of how this is going to
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